San Francisco CEO Suggests Gaining Hands On ExperienceThe recent cyber attack against the federal government is yet another indication that the need for talented information security experts is greater than ever before.
CEO Suggests Information Security Students Should Intern In IndustryIdan Tendler is the co-founder and CEO of San Francisco-based Fortscale, a recent winner of the Cyber Defense Award for the Most Innovative Enterprise Security Solution
CEO Encourages Information Security Students To Pursue An Internship In The FieldRehan Jalil is the president of and CEO of Bay Area cloud access security broker and cloud apps security provider Elastica.
CEO Advises Information Security Students To Follow The ExpertsWith companies more reliant than ever to protect their intellectual property, the potential growth of new jobs may exceed those estimates.
Cryptographer Advises Students To Learn Tools, Skills Outside Traditional CourseworkPaul Kocher is the co-author of the widely used SSL 3.0 standard, designed to provide communications security over a computer network.
San Francisco CEO Believes It's Ideal For Students To Pursue A Technology CareerManoj Leelanivas is the CEO of Cyphort, an innovative provider of advanced threat protection solutions and a "Best Newcomer Security Company" finalist in the upcoming SC Awards 2015 Europe.
San Francisco CTO Says Tech Students Should Never Stop Learning"To succeed, you need to be willing to never stop learning and enjoy working under pressure," said Steve Grobman is the Chief Technology Officer of Intel Security Group at Intel Corporation.
Health Care COO Tells San Francisco Students To Discover Their PassionAlthough an advanced degree is essential in many positions within the San Francisco healthcare industry, Scott Korney is an exception.
Psychotherapist Says San Francisco Psych Students Must Have Insight, EmpathyJohn Prendergast, Ph.D. spent 23 years training master's level counseling students at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco.
Tech CEO Advises San Francisco Students To Become Ethical HackersMarcin Klecynski was just 14 years old and in high school when he started his tech company after getting a virus on his parents' computer.
San Francisco CEO Says IS Students Should Choose Career Path Based On AbilityReed Taussig is the president and CEO of ThreatMetrix, a leading security technology company headquartered in San Jose.
Psychologist Advises San Francisco Students To Apply To Preparatory ProgramsTecsia Evans, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, consultant, educator and relationship expert in private practice in Oakland.
Tech Executive Advises San Francisco Students To Look Inside The BoxChris Raethke is the CTO and co-founder of Bugcrowd, a San Francisco tech company who uses crowdsourcing for cybersecurity.